The RFEF closed the door on Real Madrid

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The RFEF made another move in the federation’s approach to Javier Tebas’ Laliga and a blow to Real Madrid after the RFEF Management Commission led by Pedro Rocha agreed yesterday to withdraw from the lawsuit filed by Real. Madrid and Athletic Club de Bilbao against the League for their agreement with the CVC in the so-called impulse league. The decision was approved by a majority of Commission members meeting electronically.

In this way, Real Madrid was left alone with the support of Athletic Club de Bilbao after Barcelona adopted this decision.

This is a clear and obvious gesture by the RFEF of rapprochement with LaLiga and against the interests of Real Madrid, which a few months ago resigned from being a member of the Management Commission.

Yesterday’s meeting where the RFEF also announced that next week it wants to have election regulations that they will send to the CSD to manage the federative management for the next four years.

Real Madrid is no longer part of the RFEF Assembly

A future Assembly in which Real Madrid could once again be left after the publication of the new electoral law limiting the presence of professional clubs in the future Football Assembly, which could consist of 179 members in addition to the president. The current one is 140 (139 plus the presidential figure).

And especially important is how professional football will remain, which will maintain 40% representation in all its areas (clubs, athletes, coaches and referees). They are currently distributed among 20 clubs, 13 players, 4 referees and 6 coaches of the 139 members of the current RFEF Assembly.

But with this next law there is an important change in the emergence of League F (Women’s Professional League) which until now did not exist. Distribution indicating that, and according to the initial distribution, 12 of the 20 professional clubs will come from the men’s league (60%) and eight clubs (40%) from the women’s league. In any case a club may have representation from a league.

And it limits the existence of white clubs in professional football. In the case of the men’s team, because it is not enough, its confrontation with LaLiga is known and that explains why it has not been among the professional clubs of the Football Assembly for the last eight years. And now there are fewer clubs to represent LaLiga.

And then there are eight clubs or 40% of women’s clubs and where it will be key if they will all be women’s sections of professional men’s clubs or give representation to three clubs independent of professional clubs men’s: Levante Las Planas, Granadilla Tenerife and Sporting de Huelva. In that case, only five of the 16 clubs in the current LigaF come from the men’s league. Which also limits the presence of the white club in the future Assembly of Spanish football. Now the electoral processes conducted in both leagues will be key.

Source: La Verdad

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